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Build Yourself a new Cat machine today!
Visit our new site http://bit.ly/2trpIEW
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OUT NOW: Gough Express Autumn/Winter '17 edition, the official magazine of the Gough Group.
In this issue, read about Goodman Contractors new Cat 637k Scrappers, CMT Excavations Cat Machines, Gough Cat Apprentices and much more:
http://bit.ly/2qCmyJd

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Stronghold Construction of Christchurch, are using a Cat 320D with a Cat H120 Breaker from The Cat Rental Store preparing a foundation for a new house build and have encountered a large amount of volcanic rock they need to remove, good job they have the right tools! http://bit.ly/2o4S8OF

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Alan Sinton turns the key on close to 60 Cat machines every day, and another unit to join that impressive group was recently delivered to one of the hauler crews. Kylie Miller has had Cat 325’s in the past and this one replaces his previous machine. The purpose built Cat 325DFM is fitted with a Satco grapple: http://bit.ly/2i31wmu
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The December issue of Contractor Magazine is out now.
Read about the New Generation Cat M Series and Murray Francis of Road Metals impression of the first working M Series in NZ: http://bit.ly/2h2DX9c

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OUT NOW: Gough Express Summer '16/'17 edition, the official magazine of the Gough Group.
In this issue, read about Gough Transpecs partnering with Master Drive, Road Metals' new M-Series in action, Scott's Great Cat and Wiri's "Dashing Dozen"!
http://bit.ly/2hqqlEm

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The CAT machine you've always dreamed of and the Xmas bonus you've always wanted. Nothing to Pay Until Feb 2017 and Get 2.99% finance. Terms and conditions apply. http://goughcat.co.nz/promotions/1439-get-a-xmas-bonus
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At a glance Cat excavators might not look as though they've changed much over the years, but they're packed with innovation, as EVARN COVICH of Trade Earthmovers discovered when he took the 5.1-tonne 305E2 compact radius excavator for a test run recently. http://bit.ly/1UmlNAm
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Wanaka-based Central Machine Hire rises to the environmental challenges of the Queenstown Lakes District by operating a large range of heavy plant and transport equipment. CMH's mostly-Cat fleet is a wide variety of heavy construction equipment from excavators and dozers to scrapers and graders that allows them to provide an unequalled range of service in the area. But, the big game-changer for their business is machine technology such as Accugrade and Trimble GPS systems, making them a completely 'peg free' operation.

Read the full article as seen in Deals on Wheels, http://bit.ly/1RyzQlp
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